Coronavirus COVID-19 online statistics


Confirmed
39 885 071 +0
Deaths
1 112 557 +0
2.79%
Recover
23 411 436 +0
58.70%
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 Active 38.51%
 Recover 58.70%
 Deaths 2.79%


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Russia

Forecast
Confirmed
1 390 824 +0
Deaths
24 039 +0
1.73%
Recover
1 065 608 +0
76.62%
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 Active 21.65%
 Recover 76.62%
 Deaths 1.73%


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13.10.2020 03:00

Oropouche virus disease - French Guiana, France

On 30 September 2020, the French Guiana Regional Health Agency (ARS) reported the first detection of Oropouche virus (OROV) in French Guiana. On 22 September 2020 the Pasteur Institute in Cayenne (a member of the French National Reference Laboratory for arboviruses) notified the France IHR National Focal Point of seven laboratory-confirmed cases of Oropouche virus infection in the village of Saül. These cases were identified following clinical investigations of an unusually high number of dengue-like illnesses in the village. Between 11 August and 25 September, there were 37 clinically-compatible cases of Oropouche virus disease identified in Saül. The results of serology for dengue, chikungunya, and Zika were negative, and seven of nine cases tested positive for OROV by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR).

Among the 37 clinically-compatible cases, most cases are male (60%) and the median age is 36 years (range 3-82 years). The most represented age range is 15 to 54-years-old (19 cases) followed by 0 to 14-years-old (10 cases). A peak of cases was observed in mid-September however, the outbreak investigation remains ongoing.

01.10.2020 03:00

Monkeypox – Democratic Republic of the Congo

From 1 January through 13 September 2020, a total of 4,594 suspected cases of monkeypox, including 171 deaths (case fatality ratio 3.7%), have been reported in 127 health zones from 17 out of 26 provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The first epidemic peak was observed at the beginning of March 2020 (epi week 10), with 136 cases reported weekly (Figure1). From 1 January through 7 August, the Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale (INRB) received 80 samples from suspected cases of monkeypox, of which 39 samples were confirmed positive by polymerase chain reaction. Four out of the 80 specimens were skin lesions (crusts/vesicles), the remaining samples were blood. There is no further information at this time regarding the outcome of these 80 patients whose samples were tested. Confirmatory testing remains ongoing.

During the same period in 2019, 3,794 suspected cases and 73 deaths (CFR 1.9%) were reported in 120 health zones from 16 provinces while a total of 2,850 suspected cases (CFR 2.1%) were reported in 2018.

24.09.2020 03:00

Chikungunya – Chad

On 28 August 2020, the National IHR Focal Point of Chad notified WHO of an outbreak of chikungunya in Abéché, eastern Chad.

03.09.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

Three months after the declaration of the eleventh Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the number of confirmed cases continues to increase, and the geographic spread of the outbreak continues to expand.

As of 1 September 2020, 110 cases (104 confirmed and six probable) including 47 deaths (case fatality ratio 43%) have been reported from 36 health areas in 11 health zones. In the past 21 days (12 August – 1 September 2020), 24 confirmed cases have been reported in 15 health areas across eight health zones. To date, three healthcare workers have been affected, making up 3% of all cases. In addition, 48 people have recovered from EVD to date.

01.09.2020 03:00

Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 – Sudan

On 9 August 2020, the Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan notified WHO of the detection of a

01.08.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – French Guiana, France

On 23 July 2020, the France IHR National Focal Point reported a confirmed autochthonous (locally acquired) case of yellow fever in a 14-year-old male in French Guiana. On 17 July 2020, the case was laboratory confirmed at the French National Reference Centre for arboviruses, Institute Pasteur Cayenne.

The case-patient had severe disability, and developed dengue-like symptoms on 12 July. On 16 July, he was hospitalized in an intensive care unit in Cayenne, French Guiana, with consciousness disorders and acute liver failure, and died on 19 July.

23.07.2020 03:00

Plague – Democratic Republic of the Congo

The health zone of Rethy in Ituri province, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has seen an upsurge of plague cases since June 2020. The first case, a 12-year-old girl, reported to a local health centre on 12 June experiencing a headache, fever, cough, and an enlarged lymph node. She died on the same day and further deaths from the community due to suspected cases of plague were subsequently reported.

From 11 June though 15 July, six out of 22 health areas have been affected within Rethy health zone (11 villages), with a total of 45 cases including nine deaths (case fatality rate: 20%). All nine (9) cases who died presented with signs of headache, high fever, and painful nodes; four (4) out of the nine (9) cases had cough.

09.07.2020 03:00

Influenza A(H1N2) variant virus – Brazil

On 22 June 2020, the International Health Regualtions (IHR) Focal Point (FP) of Brazil shared a preliminary report with the Panamerican Health Organization, the WHO Regional Office for the Americas of a human infection with Influenza A(H1N2) variant virus (A(H1N2)v). According to the report, the patient, a 22-year-old female, with no comorbidities, worked in a swine slaughterhouse in Ibiporã Municipality, Paraná State, and developed an influenza-like illness on 12 April 2020. The patient initially sought medical care on 14 April and a respiratory specimen was obtained on 16 April as part of routine surveillance activities. The patient was treated with oseltamivir, was not hospitalized and has recovered.

A real-time RT-PCR test conducted at the public health laboratory identified a non-subtypable influenza A virus. In May 2020, the specimen was forwarded to the Laboratory of Respiratory Virus and Measles, Oswaldo Cruz Institute (FIOCRUZ per its acronym in Portuguese), a national influenza reference laboratory, in Rio de Janeiro. On 22 June, genetic sequencing characterized this virus as an influenza A(H1N2)v virus.

02.07.2020 03:00

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) – Saudi Arabia

Between 1 April and 31 May 2020, the National IHR Focal Point of Saudi Arabia reported nine new cases of MERS-CoV infection, including five deaths. The cases were reported from Riyadh (seven cases), Assir (one case) and Northern (one case) Regions. Most cases were and ages of the reported cases ranged from 40 to 96 years.

Of the cases reported in Riyadh six were from a hospital outbreak in the region between 21 and 31 May 2020: an index case who was a newly admitted patient, and five secondary cases identified through contact tracing. One of the secondary cases was a health care worker and the other four were in-patients admitted due to other health conditions. All four in-patients were bedridden and above 75 years of age. All reported cases had comorbidities with the exception of the healthcare worker.

26.06.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

On 25 June 2020, the Minister of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared the end of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in North Kivu, Ituri and South Kivu Provinces . In accordance with WHO recommendations, the declaration was made more than 42 days after the last person who contracted EVD in this outbreak tested negative twice and was discharged from care.

The outbreak was declared on 1 August 2018 following investigations and laboratory confirmation of a cluster of EVD cases in North Kivu Province. Further investigations identified cases in Ituri and North Kivu Provinces with dates of symptom onset from May to August 2018. In 2019, the outbreak subsequently spread to South Kivu Province, and on 17 July 2019, the WHO Director-General declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 11 outbreaks have been recorded since the first recognized outbreak in 1976. The 10th EVD outbreak in North Kivu, Ituri and South Kivu Provinces was the country's longest EVD outbreak and the second largest in the world after the 2014–2016 EVD outbreak in West Africa.

18.06.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

No new confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported in Ituri, North Kivu and South Kivu Provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 27 April 2020 (Figure 1). While this is a positive development, there remains a risk of re-emergence of EVD. It is critical to maintain surveillance and response operations in the period leading up to the declaration of the end of the outbreak, as well as after the declaration – as outlined in the WHO recommended criteria for declaring the end of the EVD outbreak .

From 11 to 16 June 2020, an average of 2939 alerts were reported per day, of which 2788 (about 95%) were investigated within 24 hours. Of these, an average of 453 alerts were validated as suspected cases each day, requiring specialized care and laboratory testing to rule-out EVD. The number of reported and validated alerts has remained stable in recent weeks. Timely testing of suspected cases continues to be provided from eight laboratories. From 8 to 14 June 2020, 3219 samples were tested including 2513 blood samples from alive, suspected cases; 324 swabs from community deaths; and 382 samples from re-tested patients. Overall, the number of samples tested by the laboratories increased by 3% compared to the previous week.

17.06.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – Gabon

On 15 April 2020, WHO received information regarding a confirmed case of yellow fever in Magandi village, Tchibanga city in Nyanga Province of southern Gabon, 590 km from the capital, Libreville.

The case is an 83-year-old male with no known vaccination history for yellow fever. He had onset of symptoms on 30 January 2020 and presented to a health facility on 2 February 2020 with abdominal pain and jaundice. Between 2 February and 9 April, he consulted the Urban Health Centre in Tchibanga, the Christian Alliance Hospital in Bongolo and the University hospital in the capital Libreville where the case received anti-malarial treatment and remained hospitalized until his death on 9 April 2020. On 14 April 2020, the laboratory results received from the WHO Regional Reference Laboratory at the Institute Pasteur in Dakar, Senegal, confirmed yellow fever infection, by seroneutralisation test. The additional differential diagnostic tests performed were negative for dengue, West Nile fever, chikungunya, Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic fever, Zika and Rift Valley fever.

11.06.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

No new confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported in Ituri, North Kivu and South Kivu Provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 27 April 2020 (Figure 1).

The source of infection of the cluster reported in April 2020 remains unconfirmed.

05.06.2020 03:00

Yellow fever – Togo

On 20 April 2020, WHO received information regarding a confirmed yellow fever case in Galangashie health area, located 30 km from Mango village, Oti district, Savanes region in the northern part of Togo.

The case is a 55-year-old woman with no vaccination history for yellow fever. She had onset of symptoms on 31 January 2020 and presented to a health facility on 3 February 2020 with fever and aches. The following day she developed jaundice and a blood sample was taken. On 7 February , the blood sample was transported to the national laboratory. On 10 February , the sample from the case was received at the national laboratory and test results on 17 March were Immunoglobulin M (IgM) positive for yellow fever. The positive yellow fever result was confirmed by the Institute Pasteur in Dakar Senegal, a yellow fever reference laboratory on 14 April 2020 by seroneutralisation.

04.06.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

No new confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported in Ituri, North Kivu and South Kivu Provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 27 April 2020 (Figure 1).

The source of infection of the cluster reported in April 2020 remains unconfirmed.

03.06.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

On 31 May 2020, WHO received information that between 18 and 30 May, four deaths were reported from the same quarter (quartier Air Congo) in Wangata Health Zone, Mbandaka city, Equateur Province, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

28.05.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

From 20 to 26 May 2020, no new cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Figure 1).

25.05.2020 03:00

Dracunculiasis (Guinea worm disease) – Ethiopia

Between 2 and 8 April 2020, six suspected human cases of dracunculiasis in Duli village, Gog district, Gambella region, Ethiopia, were reported to WHO.

21.05.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

From 13 to 19 May 2020, no new cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported from North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

14.05.2020 03:00

Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo

From 6 to 12 May 2020, no new cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been reported from North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Figure 1). Since the resurgence of the outbreak on 10 April 2020, seven confirmed cases have been reported from Kasanga, Malepe and Kanzulinzuli Health Areas in Beni Health Zone. Of these, one is receiving care at the Beni Ebola treatment centre (ETC), one who was receiving care at the ETC recovered and was discharged, and one remains in the community, 35 days after symptom onset. Efforts to locate this individual are being undertaken to test and provide care for this person. Four of the people confirmed to have Ebola died, including two community deaths and two deaths in the ETC in Beni. So far, no definitive source of infection has been identified.

As of 12 May, 90 contacts are currently under surveillance, of which 41 are high-risk contacts who had direct contact with body fluids of the last confirmed case. All contacts have exited their high-risk period (seven to 13 days after last exposure). Contacts from the previous six cases reported in April have exited their follow-up period. Of the 41 high-risk contacts, 37 have been vaccinated. A total of 1486 people have been vaccinated in Beni and Karisimbi since 10 April 2020.


Country Statistics
Country Confirmed Recover Deaths
US 8 151 973 0 219 669
India 7 494 551 6 597 209 114 031
Brazil 5 224 362 4 526 393 153 675
Russia 1 390 824 1 065 608 24 039
Argentina 989 680 803 965 26 267
Colombia 959 572 858 294 28 970
Spain 936 560 150 376 33 775
France 876 342 108 014 33 325
Peru 865 549 0 33 702
Mexico 851 227 720 973 86 167
United Kingdom 725 292 2 578 43 736
South Africa 703 793 634 543 18 471
Iran 530 380 427 400 30 375
Chile 491 760 463 943 13 635
Iraq 426 634 360 477 10 254
Italy 414 241 251 461 36 543
Bangladesh 388 569 303 972 5 660
Germany 366 982 292 587 9 790
Indonesia 361 867 285 324 12 511
Philippines 356 618 310 158 6 652
Turkey 347 493 304 003 9 296
Saudi Arabia 342 202 328 538 5 185
Pakistan 323 452 307 409 6 659
Ukraine 307 301 130 338 5 762
Israel 303 109 268 093 2 209
Netherlands 234 203 5 206 6 811
Belgium 213 115 21 074 10 392
Canada 200 803 169 751 9 814
Romania 180 388 130 894 5 872
Poland 175 766 92 651 3 573
Czechia 173 885 72 134 1 422
Morocco 173 632 143 972 2 928
Ecuador 153 289 134 187 12 387
Bolivia 139 771 104 483 8 481
Nepal 132 246 92 166 739
Qatar 129 431 126 406 224
Panama 124 745 101 041 2 564
Dominican Republic 121 347 98 207 2 199
Kuwait 116 146 107 860 701
United Arab Emirates 115 602 107 516 463
Oman 109 953 95 624 1 101
Kazakhstan 109 406 105 001 1 768
Egypt 105 424 98 247 6 120
Sweden 103 200 0 5 918
Guatemala 101 360 90 610 3 530
Portugal 99 911 59 000 2 181
Costa Rica 95 514 58 816 1 183
Japan 93 098 84 461 1 672
China 90 972 85 819 4 739
Ethiopia 89 137 42 649 1 352
Belarus 87 698 79 757 929
Honduras 87 594 34 662 2 563
Venezuela 86 636 79 694 736
Bahrain 77 902 74 320 300
Switzerland 74 422 50 600 2 123
Moldova 67 050 47 842 1 584
Austria 64 806 49 561 893
Armenia 64 694 48 104 1 081
Uzbekistan 63 124 60 080 525
Lebanon 62 286 28 062 520
Nigeria 61 440 56 611 1 125
Singapore 57 911 57 807 28
Paraguay 54 724 36 068 1 188
Algeria 54 402 38 088 1 856
Kyrgyzstan 52 044 45 736 1 111
Ireland 49 962 23 364 1 852
Libya 48 790 26 889 725
Ghana 47 310 46 618 310
West Bank and Gaza 47 135 40 498 408
Hungary 46 290 14 088 1 142
Azerbaijan 44 964 40 037 626
Kenya 44 881 31 857 832
Tunisia 40 542 5 032 626
Afghanistan 40 200 33 614 1 492
Jordan 37 573 6 912 345
Serbia 36 160 0 776
Burma 36 025 17 076 880
Denmark 35 893 29 741 680
Bosnia and Herzegovina 34 112 24 995 984
El Salvador 31 666 27 000 922
Slovakia 29 835 7 359 88
Bulgaria 29 503 16 943 986
Australia 27 399 25 108 905
Croatia 25 580 20 053 363
Greece 25 370 1 347 509
Korea, South 25 275 23 368 444
North Macedonia 23 628 17 239 834
Cameroon 21 441 20 117 423
Malaysia 20 498 13 262 187
Cote dIvoire 20 323 20 021 121
Georgia 17 477 8 060 136
Albania 17 055 10 071 451
Kosovo 16 891 14 661 653
Madagascar 16 810 16 215 238
Norway 16 457 11 863 278
Zambia 15 853 15 005 346
Montenegro 15 615 10 994 236
Senegal 15 418 13 814 317
Sudan 13 697 6 764 836
Finland 13 424 9 100 351
Slovenia 13 142 6 313 188
Namibia 12 293 10 422 131
Guinea 11 518 10 427 70
Maldives 11 210 10 164 37
Congo (Kinshasa) 11 006 10 356 302
Mozambique 10 866 8 513 75
Uganda 10 590 6 992 97
Tajikistan 10 493 9 511 80
Luxembourg 10 471 8 468 133
Haiti 8 964 7 213 231
Gabon 8 881 8 430 54
Jamaica 8 274 3 859 171
Zimbabwe 8 147 7 678 231
Cabo Verde 7 752 6 526 86
Angola 7 622 3 030 247
Mauritania 7 608 7 347 163
Lithuania 7 521 3 097 113
Cuba 6 220 5 768 125
Malawi 5 857 4 742 181
Eswatini 5 780 5 415 116
Bahamas 5 703 3 300 122
Sri Lanka 5 538 3 403 13
Djibouti 5 459 5 375 61
Nicaragua 5 353 4 225 154
Trinidad and Tobago 5 297 3 652 96
Botswana 5 242 905 20
Congo (Brazzaville) 5 156 3 887 92
Suriname 5 130 4 944 109
Syria 5 077 1 528 248
Equatorial Guinea 5 070 4 954 83
Rwanda 4 974 4 783 34
Central African Republic 4 855 1 924 62
Malta 4 628 3 236 45
Estonia 4 078 3 211 68
Iceland 4 055 2 804 11
Somalia 3 864 3 089 99
Guyana 3 734 2 654 109
Thailand 3 686 3 481 59
Gambia 3 649 2 649 118
Latvia 3 450 1 329 44
Mali 3 388 2 586 132
Andorra 3 377 2 057 59
South Sudan 2 842 1 290 55
Belize 2 775 1 648 43
Cyprus 2 644 1 444 25
Uruguay 2 531 2 105 51
Benin 2 496 2 330 41
Guinea-Bissau 2 389 1 782 41
Burkina Faso 2 381 1 774 65
Sierra Leone 2 330 1 760 73
Togo 2 057 1 531 51
Yemen 2 056 1 338 597
New Zealand 1 886 1 824 25
Lesotho 1 833 961 42
Chad 1 379 1 181 93
Liberia 1 377 1 268 82
Niger 1 210 1 126 69
Vietnam 1 134 1 031 35
Sao Tome and Principe 933 898 15
San Marino 759 685 42
Diamond Princess 712 659 13
Papua New Guinea 581 540 7
Burundi 542 497 1
Taiwan* 535 491 7
Tanzania 509 183 21
Comoros 502 485 7
Eritrea 452 388 0
Mauritius 417 364 10
Bhutan 325 299 0
Mongolia 324 312 0
Cambodia 283 280 0
Monaco 265 217 2
Liechtenstein 224 132 1
Barbados 221 200 7
Seychelles 149 148 0
Brunei 147 143 3
Antigua and Barbuda 119 101 3
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 67 64 0
Saint Lucia 33 27 0
Dominica 33 29 0
Fiji 32 30 2
Timor-Leste 29 28 0
Holy See 27 15 0
Grenada 27 24 0
Laos 23 22 0
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 19 0
Western Sahara 10 8 1
MS Zaandam 9 0 2
Solomon Islands 3 0 0